Chelsea boost! Hazard opens up on massive five-year Real Madrid contract

Chelsea star Eden Hazard has denied claims that he has agreed a lucrative five-year deal to sign with Real Madrid at the end of the season.

The little Belgian winger is one of the biggest players in the Premier League and is arguably the most important player Maurizio Sarri has at his disposal, but all anyone can talk about is his impending move to the Bernabeu.

It is no secret that Madrid are eyeing up a massive summer of spending and have been eyeing up a bargain deal for Hazard, with recent reports suggesting that they have already made a bid of around £70 million, which was swiftly rejected as Chelsea are keen on a fee of around £98 million.

However, reports emerged this week stating that he had agreed to join Real, after speaking directly to their head coach Zinedine Zidane after the Frenchman was re-hired after they decided to sack Santiago Scolari.

But Hazard has responded and stated that there is no agreement with Madrid, telling Sky Sports: “There’s nothing in the reports.

“I’m only focused on tomorrow’s game against Cyprus.

“That’s all I’m thinking about.”

Will Hazard stay at the club?

Despite all the talks and all the speculation surrounding his future, Hazard has not come out and admitted what his decision is on whether or not he will be staying at the club. which is a massive frustration to many of the fans.

It would be a massive shock to still see him at the club next season as he has big dreams to leave Stamford Bridge, despite the fact that we turned him into the player that he now is and although he has no agreement in place now, at some point over the next few months he will surely have a deal wrapped up.

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